@ChrisGrayling: an apology on behalf of the legal profession
Meet Chris Grayling, a Kent-based maths tutor and writer who has endured a tough time from the nation’s lawyers of late.
3 top QCs criticise plan to wear wigs during Friday’s day of action
A split has opened up between those who want to protest in full court garb, and those who don’t.
It’s the 7 year anniversary of the best law video ever made
Since appearing on YouTube on 2 March 2007, a Donoghue v Stevenson-inspired parody of The…
Solicitor in zippable ‘Super Tie’ Dragon’s Den nightmare
A solicitor has had his entrepreneurial dream of “revolutionising neckwear for men” rubbished on BBC2’s Dragon’s Den.
5 things you need to know about the MoJ’s terrifying legal aid cut announcement
The Ministry of Justice’s long-awaited announcement about its consultation on reforms to criminal legal aid has sent shockwaves through the profession.
8 deluxe networking events that only Oxbridge students will have heard of
Law firms’ desperation to attract Oxford and Cambridge students has spawned some dazzling evenings-out.